My name is Travis DeWolf. I am a PhD student at the University of Waterloo, Canada, in the systems design engineering department. I study computational neuroscience. More specifically, I study motor control algorithms and modelling the neural control of movement. This is a blog for things I encounter while coding and researching neuroscience, motor control, and learning.
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The dynamic movement primitive (DMP) framework was designed for trajectory control. It so happens that in previous posts we’ve built up to having several arm simulations that are ripe for throwing a trajectory controller on top, and that’s what we’ll do in this post. The system that we will be controlling here is the 3 […]
Dynamic movement primitives (DMPs) are a method of trajectory control / planning from Stefan Schaal’s lab. They were presented way back in 2002 in this paper, and then updated in 2013 by Auke Ijspeert in this paper. This work was motivated by the desire to find a way to represent complex motor actions that can […]
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